Hindu Mommy

June 20, 2006

Gods Role per Indian Mythology

Filed under: Funny,Hinduism — hindumommy @ 4:28 pm

Roles in Heaven:


Brahma –    Systems Installation 

Vishnu –  Systems Administration & Support

Lakshmi –  Finance and Accounts consultant 

Saraswati – Training and Knowledge Management 

Shiva – DBA (Crash Specialist) 

Ganesh – Quality Assuarance & Documentation  

Narada – Data transfer  

Yama – Reorganization & Downsizing Consultant  

Chitragupta – IDP & Personal Records 

Apsaras – Downloadable Viruses  

Devas – Mainframe Programmers  

Surya – Solaris Administrator  

Rakshasas – In house Hackers  

Ravan – Internet Explorer WWWF  

Kumbhakarnan – Zombie Process  

Lakshman – Support Software and Backup  

Hanuman – Linux/s390  

Vaali – MS Windows  

Sugreeva – DOS  

Jatayu – Firewall  

Dronacharya – System Programmer  

Vishwamitra – Sr. Manager Projects  

Shakuni – Annual appraisal & Promotion  

Valmiki – Technical Writer (Ramayana Sign off document) 

Krishna – SDLC ( Sudarshan Wheel Development Life Cycle )  

Dharmaraj Yudhishthira – ISO Consultant (CMM level 5) 

Arjun – Lead Programmer (all companies are vying for him) 

Abhimanyu – Trainee Programmer 

Draupadi – Motivation & Team building 

Bhima – MAINFRAME LEGACY SYSTEM 

Duryodhana – Microsoft product Written in VB 

Karna – Contract programmer 

Dhrutarashtra – Visual C++ 

Gandhari – Dreamweaver 

100 Kauravas – Microsoft Service Packs and patches  

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